[OLPC-Philippines] OLPC - Philippines volunteer
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Sat Jan 10 18:26:42 EST 2009
Guys, let's set a new year meet. There's many things I want to discuss.
Jerome, when're you free? Me = more on 3rd/4th week of Jan.
For the guys outside of Manila, what's your schedules?
2009/1/11 Arthur Soller <soller818 at gmail.com>:
> These are critical questions? I had the same questions when I "joined the
> list". There should be an all out effort to simplify the fund-raising and
> deployment aspect of OLPC. Someone help, please.
> On Sat, Jan 10, 2009 at 10:53 PM, Mel Chua <mel at laptop.org> wrote:
>> I've cc'd the olpc-philippines mailing list on these questions, as
>> they're the best people to answer yours (folks, can you help Cherry out?
>> I'm a bit swamped at the moment) but I would also note that we're
>> probably much less centralized than you think we are. ;-)
>> Cherry Withers wrote:
>> > Hi Mel,
>> > I hope you're having a great start to this new year. I would like to
>> > volunteer heavily in getting this
>> > project deployed in at least one classroom in the Philippines but so
>> > far I'm not getting any clear direction on
>> > where to start. I have scoured the wiki site, facebook and Chief
>> > Mike's Blog. Postings seem to be
>> > on average 2 months stale.
>> > I guess what I really want to know is:
>> > How the current OLPC-Philippines is organized.
>> > - What's the leadership structure?
>> > - Who's in charge of PR and integration of all the groups (facebook,
>> > wiki group members, multiply members)?
>> > - The development team seems to have a leader, but who's in charge of
>> > a central fundraising effort?
>> > I would very much appreciate your response. I thank you in advance for
>> > your time.
>> > Sincerely,
>> > Cherry
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